Service Reservoir Design with Paricular Reference to Economics and the 'Simply Supported Wall' Conce
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Service Reservoir Design with Paricular Reference to Economics and the 'Simply Supported Wall' Conce


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Service Reservoir Design with Paricular Reference to Economics and the 'Simply Supported Wall' Conce
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The paper compares the economics of various seyice reservoir designs and deals with the technical and financial advantages of the simply supported wall over the more conventional cantilever or propped cantilever solution. Rectangular reservoirs with capacities up to 31 800 m3 and circular tanks to 4500 m3 are included in the exercise. J. Walmsley

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